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1991 Ford Bronco with 5.0 and automatic. no power suspect main fuse but can't locate. battery good.

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The main fuse block on a 1990 full size bronco will either be under the dash/steering wheel column, bolted to the firewall or under the hood on the passenger side of the vehicle on the firewall. I would also look at the ignition switch.

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